Bariatric Surgery & Weight Loss Popularity

It is true that America has a country wide weight problem. More people are morbidly obese and dangerously overweight than ever before. Some estimates say it is as many as 30% of the U.S. population. With weight out of control to epic proportions like that it is no suprise that Bariatric Surgery is getting more and more popular each year. This surgery is usually reserved for only those who’s health is in danger, but it is becoming more and more common. The process involves a huge lifestyle change before and after surgery though. Some doctors look to see committment from the patient by expecting a 10-15 lbs of weight loss before they allow the surgery. One way to prepare for this life changing surgery is to go on a bariatric diet 2-3 months before the surgery and then to stay on that diet afterwards. It is a very specific regimine of liquid protien diet and will help the weight come off if you don’t stray from the plan. It also gets you ready for your post-surgery diet which will be much smaller after the surgery. One site I found that has a good listing of resources and information in addition to good bariatric diet products is BariatricChoice.com. They have a full range of Bariatric Diet foods, drinks and products. They offer drinks, protien bars, soups, puddings and dinners. They also sell convienient starter kits that include everything you need for 2, 4, 8 or 12 weeks depending on how long you plan to be on the diet. If you need more information and want to see the results, check out some of the stories of the people who have used these diets and how it changed their lives. It looks like a one stop shop for all your bariatric diet needs.

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